A small volume run with some play waves and small ledges, also known as the play run. Most of the run is class I-II rapids created by bends and small ledges. At a left turn with an eddy behind a rock outcropping there is a series of small ledges that have recirculations/boofs on the right side and waves on the left, scout or portage on the left. Near the end of the run there is a steeper rapid with a ledge that can be scouted or portaged on the left. Lines change depending on water levels. Take out river left at Sandy Mcnabb campground (look for a small wooden fotbridge after a rock outcrop). Or extend the run (just some small waves and braided sections) and take out at Allen Bill Pond
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The symbols can be clicked on and provide some simple explanations of why they are there. You can also use the symbols to get directions from Google Maps to the put in/takeout. A handy thing!
Head west on Hwy 66 (near bragg creek) and park at Allen Bill Pond (for a bit longer run) or keep going and go to the Paddy's Flats Campground (Loop C is closest to the river and has a spot for parking) Outhouses here
Continue west on hwy 66 until you see the sign for the boat launch on the left. outhouses here
A small volume run with some play waves class II
Spring snowmelt. Usually needs at least 15cms, but better at 30-50cms. Use elbow river at bragg creek gauge
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